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05-31-2017 09:29 AM
ridersdiscount
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Originally Posted by SkyDork View Post
Thanks for that! Feeling pretty much back to normal these days!
That is good news my friend!
05-31-2017 08:44 AM
SkyDork
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Originally Posted by nakedinseattle View Post
freaking cloudnerd you got us all worried. glad you're on the mend man

Thanks for that! Feeling pretty much back to normal these days!
05-30-2017 11:04 PM
nakedinseattle freaking cloudnerd you got us all worried. glad you're on the mend man
04-29-2017 07:22 PM
SDsting I'm just hearing about this for the first time, crushing to think of what you've been through. Hope you make a strong recovery Jeff.
04-26-2017 09:51 PM
mr_honez
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Originally Posted by SkyDork View Post
Hey buddy! Yes, I'm hearing the grumblings about the bike and everything else. It's par for the course I suppose. I told my wife a long time ago that I wouldn't give it up until I was physically unable to ride any longer. Since I don't remember anything related to the accident, there's nothing that is freaking me out about it. So knowing the way I am, I'll probably swing a leg over the bike at some point in the near future. Gotta get back on that horse.....

And I'd very much like to meet you too some day! That sounds like it would be great and I'd be honored to be in your presence.

Thanks for the kind words my friend, but I truly believe that honor would be mine.

Take care
04-26-2017 09:44 PM
Helitech Glad to hear you're making progress brother! Heal well!


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04-26-2017 07:22 PM
SkyDork
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Almost made me cry. ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️ Really though 'Dork, it's good to hear you're all good. Being me though I just can't not say anything about the lack of spell checking 😱 I've been seeing in your posts. Are you sure you're all good Dood? 😁 Honestly it is nice to see that you're human and make mistakes (spelling mistakes) just like the rest of us. I was beginning to wonder.

What? I made a mistake? Say it isn't really true! What the hell! I'm gonna have to go to rehab again tomorrow and ask them for a tune-up on my head. Ugh. Sorry!
04-26-2017 06:55 PM
Kllongbrake Almost made me cry. ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️ Really though 'Dork, it's good to hear you're all good. Being me though I just can't not say anything about the lack of spell checking 😱 I've been seeing in your posts. Are you sure you're all good Dood? 😁 Honestly it is nice to see that you're human and make mistakes (spelling mistakes) just like the rest of us. I was beginning to wonder.
04-26-2017 11:18 AM
SkyDork
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First I'm glad you made it out ok considering the circumstances. Head trauma is a major injury especially a cracked skull. Glad you are recovering well, and in good spirits. Scout and Duhastme are correct, the wife may want you to give up the bikes. I know that all too well. Take care of yourself- I have never met you Skydork, but someday I really want to. You to me are one of those special people that I'd like the pleasure of meeting one day. I meet lots of people every day in my job, but few are worth waiting a minute extra for- listening to.

I believe you are one of those people.

..and out of all the dorks in the world, there is only one SkyDork. My favorite dork.

Sorry for all the sap. Long day.

Hey buddy! Yes, I'm hearing the grumblings about the bike and everything else. It's par for the course I suppose. I told my wife a long time ago that I wouldn't give it up until I was physically unable to ride any longer. Since I don't remember anything related to the accident, there's nothing that is freaking me out about it. So knowing the way I am, I'll probably swing a leg over the bike at some point in the near future. Gotta get back on that horse.....

And I'd very much like to meet you too some day! That sounds like it would be great and I'd be honored to be in your presence.

04-26-2017 11:07 AM
SkyDork
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Sky, and new updates from doctors? This recovery may take a ton of time. On the other hand, tech guys have a backdoor to recovery...the science of the machine, etc.

We're fragile, no question. Snub a toe and that brings reality of pain into the mind in a nano flash.
Hi there. Quick update. I'm back to work part-time now and the rehab therapists cut me loose over a week ago since I was meeting all the metrics that were assessing. I'm basically back to normal for the most part. Driving myself, not shitting my pants, or drooling on anything. So that's a positive stuff in the right direction! And I'm happy about that. And they've told me that I shouldn't have a long-term issues or limitations.
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